David Todem

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Statistics Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
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Hsu WW, Todem D, Mawella NR, et al. (2020) A robust score test of homogeneity for zero-inflated count data. Statistical Methods in Medical Research. 962280220937324
Todem D, Hsu WW, Fine JP. (2018) A quasi-score statistic for homogeneity testing against covariate-varying heterogeneity. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, Theory and Applications. 45: 465-481
Han L, Hsu WW, Todem D, et al. (2016) In utero exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls is associated with decreased fecundability in daughters of Michigan female fisheaters: a cohort study. Environmental Health : a Global Access Science Source. 15: 92
Olomu A, Khan NN, Todem D, et al. (2016) The Office Guidelines Applied to Practice program improves secondary prevention of heart disease in Federally Qualified Healthcare Centers. Preventive Medicine Reports. 4: 357-63
Hsu WW, Todem D, Kim K. (2016) A sup-score test for the cure fraction in mixture models for long-term survivors. Biometrics
Todem D, Kim K, Hsu WW. (2016) Marginal mean models for zero-inflated count data. Biometrics
Butt Z, Grady S, Wilkins M, et al. (2015) Spatial epidemiology of HIV-hepatitis co-infection in the State of Michigan: a cohort study. Infectious Diseases (London, England). 47: 852-61
Dunietz GL, Holzman C, McKane P, et al. (2015) Assisted reproductive technology and the risk of preterm birth among primiparas. Fertility and Sterility. 103: 974-979.e1
Hsu WW, Osuch JR, Todem D, et al. (2014) DDE and PCB serum concentration in maternal blood and their adult female offspring. Environmental Research. 132: 384-90
Cao G, Hsu WW, Todem D. (2014) A score-type test for heterogeneity in zero-inflated models in a stratified population. Statistics in Medicine. 33: 2103-14
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